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Attempt To Get In My Incometax Return Detail

Posted 1 week ago  |    1 Answer  |  Cyber Crime

Vishal Kumar Thakur
Advocate

There are various punishments given under IT Act, 2000 for various punishments for cyber crime in India. For tampering with the data of personal details, or hacking of a person's personal details, you can file a complaint to the cyber crime department.
You, or your advocate, will have to personally file the Complaint in the office of the Cyber Consumer Forum. The Consumer Forum’s office will go through the Complaint and point out any deficiencies, if any you
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changing of lawyer in consumer court

Posted 1 week ago  |    2 Answers  |  Consumer Protection

Tanushree Sharma
Advocate

You have not mentioned any of the facts where you have filed the case, subject matter etc. anyways you can tell your lawyer that you do not wish to continue further with him and seek an Noc from him to that effect. Thereafter, you can engage some one else in the matter. But first try to collect all your Document from Present Lawyer and search a New Advocate. Ask your present advocate to give you "No Objection Certificate". In Case, if he refuse to provide any NOC, you can make a application
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Can someone claim ownership of a property if he stayed there for the last 18 years

Posted 2 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Civil Litigation General Legal Landlord/Tenant

Soumya
Advocate

As you've been a tenant for such a long time, you can file injunction in the court, but wait for the landlord to file the suit and then take your defence in the court. The ownership of the property is to be determined by the title of the property, either sale deed or coveyance deed and other important documents relevant to property, if you have all of these documents no one can claim ownership irrespective of the fact whether he stayed there for a specific time.

Need Help Regarding Stay Order Appeal

Posted 2 weeks ago  |    2 Answers  |  Default/Fraud Property/Real Estate

Advocate Meera N
Advocate

You need to file partition suit and in this suit prayer can be made  for direction on your Uncle to give share in rent during   pendency of the partition suit. Vide class I of the Hindu succession Act , son of deceased son is entitled to have share. 

What action can be taken if I break service agreement of 2 years

Posted 2 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Corporate Law Employment

Ravindra Purohit
Advocate

Read agreements carefully before entering into them, since your service agreement clearly lays down two years of service, it is within the rights of the company to demand compensation for early termination, HR has sent you a very clearly worded mail and it would be wise to follow all the directions given by them in the mail, otherwise you may need to pay heavy damages.

Service bond for training in Germany

Posted 2 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Employment Labour & Service

Vishal Kumar Thakur
Advocate

So as per your service bond for training the requirements of the company are perfectly reasonable provided you hava a reasonable defence (provided below)
There are various defences that may be taken by the Employees when a case is instituted against him/her. Some of the more common ones are that there was no training imparted to the Employee and therefore the company is not entitled to the bond amount. The Employee might also state that she/he was forced to sign the Agreement without b
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I want to get my money back(almost 5 lacks invested). My friend fooled me and ran away with my money

Posted 2 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Consumer Protection Default/Fraud

Ravindra Purohit
Advocate

First step would be to file a FIR against your alleged friends, also send a notice to the company with all the details of the particular transaction if done within the scope of employment by the said friends and if the company has been enriched in any manner they are liable to compensate you. You can file such a FIR in the area where transaction took place, as per Section 20 of Civil Procedure Code, 1908 (CPC) suits to be instituted where defendants reside or cause of action arises. With the
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how do i stop my ex husband from harassing me and asking me for money he has spent on gifts?

Posted 2 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  General Legal

Deepika Gill
Advocate

The conduct of your husband falls within the category of cruelty under section 498A of IPC, my advice would be to file a police complaint as the harassment might increase and it is advisable to make a decision if you do not wish to continue with this marriage any longer as not getting a divorce will create complications, also your husband cannot force ypu to part with gifts received on marriage as they form part of ' stridhan' (assuming you are Hindu) and they are rightfully yours mor
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How to file a case against a defaulting (delay/ quality/ project completion) builder in Noida

Posted 2 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Consumer Protection Default/Fraud Property/Real Estate

Soumya
Advocate

   A buyer who is the victim of the unfair practices of the builder can approach the following forums for his redressal:

  • He can file a civil suit in a Civil Court
  • He can file a complaint before the consumer Forum
  • He can file a complaint before the Competition Commission of India
  • He can approach Regulatory Forums
  • He can file a Criminal Case

what is the procedure for Legaly land registration

Posted 3 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Documentation Landlord/Tenant Legal Agreement Drafting

Harshit Bhurani
Advocate

Under the computerised Land and Property Registration system, registration is easy. Some states require an application to be submitted to the concerned authority, which may be the Sub-Registrar or the SDM of your area (depends on the state the land is located in) The application form can either be downloaded online or obtained from the concerned authority's office. After due verification of details, the Deed is drawn up and the registration process is complete.

Case fixed for judgement from 6-8-99

Posted 3 weeks ago  |   Unanswered  |  Civil Litigation

cheque deposited and returned , signed by directors

Posted 3 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Cheque Bounce

Ravindra Purohit
Advocate

Yes, he can initiate proceedings against both the directors under Order 38 of CPC and Sec138 of Negotiable Instruments but before he inititates any such proceedings he will send you a notice.

How to prove i'm from specific caste .

Posted 3 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Constitutional Matters Employment

Ravindra Purohit
Advocate

If you want to get a Caste Certificate, you need to show your father's caste certificate. So what you get is what your father had. If not, you'll have no certificate, and you'd be considered as General Category. You can't change caste. Instead you can stay not taking a caste certificate and you'd be considered a OC/ General. Proof of caste is from caste certificate. Sometimes Govt land record also contains caste name.

Revocation of a irrevocable trust on mutual agreement between all beneficiaries

Posted 3 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Arbitration Wills/Trusts

Prateek Kumar
Advocate

As per the information provided by you it seems to be a private trust. Extinction/revocation of a revocable trust are provided in sections 77 and 78 of the Act. The Act does not provide for a situation or manner for an irrevocable trust to be revoked. However case laws suggest that it can be revoked with the consent of the beneficiaries. As you have mentioned that the trust has been revoked with the consent of the beneficiaries then In my opinion the same is valid in law. Therefore the coroll
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How to make a id proof

Posted 3 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  General Legal

Legistify
Advocate

If this is your first id , you should apply for Aadhar. In your case, you need to approach to a introducer. They are responsible for your residential proof. They can be people associated with NGOs, teachers, doctors, local administrators, elected members of local bodies, those employed by registrar’s office.

(Hindu Succession Act 1956) Deceased survived by Son And Daughter

Posted 3 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Wills/Trusts

Ravindra Purohit
Advocate

If the person who died was single and had children, then your entire estate generally will go to your children, in equal shares. If any child has died before you, and that child has any children, then his or her share will go to your grandchildren.

In your case your father died and was survived by you and your brother, if there is a proper will then you shall do accordingly.

If he died without a will, it means he died “intestate.” When this ha
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Regarding Defamation, Criminal & Civil cases?

Posted 3 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Civil Litigation Criminal Defense Default/Fraud General Legal

Legistify
Advocate

I’m sorry but your question is not specified enough, if you could please elaborate the situation then I would be able to answer your query well.

How can get divorce I iam a Christian guy n married since 1 year 5 months

Posted 3 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Divorce & Alimony

Legistify
Advocate

There are 10 grounds for dissolution of marriage, viz., adultery, cruelty, Desertion, Impotency, Chronic Disease, etc. similar to the grounds mentioned in Hindu Marriage Act. As this is defined under Section 10 of the Indian Divorce Act .The district court is competent to dissolve the marriage and the church has no role to play. And in Section 10A Dissolution of marriage by mutual consent  is there, In this Subject to the provisions of this Act and the rules made there under, a petition for
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Can a irrevocable trust cannot be revoked under mutual consent of beneficiaries

Posted 3 weeks ago  |    1 Answer  |  Wills/Trusts

Legistify
Advocate

From the narrow conspectus of facts narrated by you, I am presuming that the trust is a private trust. Being a private trust it is governed by the Indian Trust Act, 1882. Extinction/revocation of a revocable trust are provided in sections 77 and 78 of the Act. The Act does not provide for a situation or manner for an irrevocable trust to be revoked. However case laws suggest that it can be revoked with the consent of the beneficiaries. As you have mentioned that the trust has been revoked wit
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